©2017 by Taking The Pixels.

Bexley Accessible Transport Scheme [BATS] is a local charity delivering a collection and drop off service for local people, from disabled children to the elderly. They help them with every day tasks such as transport to and from school, lunch clubs and shopping trips etc. The video we produced was used to promote their 'Every Person Matters' campaign and we continue to work with them on future projects. 

We supported the London Borough of Bexley's Mayor's charity of the year for 2017/18 - by producing a video to raise awareness of how people live with Parkinson's and what the general public should be aware of to help and support those individuals. The production was also used on a national level by Parkinson's UK for their awareness week.

Chris Hill the founder of Beat My Addictions recently launched the country's first addiction and mental health shop on the high street. Through losing his twin brother to drugs he now works on understanding the subconscious mind and how the mind and body are affected once an addictive substance or activity is introduced. We helped Chris by producing a video for the shop opening that he could use to promote on his website and social media. 

Tom and Sean from Creative FX and Michael Lorusso from Lusso Prestige, asked if we could support Eva's Angels charity - by filming and producing a video of their fundraising track day at Goodwood Motor Circuit. It was a real pleasure to help as the charity provides short breaks for families who are affected by childhood cancer. They also fund brain tumour research projects and the video will be used to promote similar events in the future.

Back to Kindness is a charity supporting the homeless and raising awareness of the issues that homeless people encounter on a day to day basis. Taking The Pixels has helped the charity by producing a free video showing what happens on their yearly Christmas campaign. Over 120 helpers sifted through the thousands of clothes, bedding and food to deliver rucksacks and bags to the homeless people of London. The Ministry of Sound kindly allowed their premises as the HQ of the operation, and will continue to do so each and every year.